Take a Field Trip on a Charter bus to Historic Philadelphia
The weather is close to breaking and school field trip season is coming upon us. A very popular field trip for schools United States for schools across the Midwest and east coast is to Charter a bus to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, is filled with loads of historical places to check. We want to share with you some favorite spots of The BusBank in Philadelphia so that you are ready on your next trip to the city.
The Liberty Bell is probably the most famous historic place in Philadelphia. The Liberty bell represents liberty in the United States and millions of people each year head to the city of Philadelphia to catch a glimpse at the cracked bell. Another great thing about visiting the Liberty Bell is that it is FREE!
You could use some of the savings from not having to pay to see the Liberty Bell on one of the famous Philly Cheesesteak places. The two most famous and well known spots are Geno’s Steaks and Pat King of Steak’s. Lines are long and people argue over which spot makes the better Cheesesteak. If you have the stomach for it, try out both places and you decide what’s best.
Another monument to stop by while in the city is Independence Hall. This is where two of the most important documents in American History were debated and created. Both the Declaration of Independence as well as the United States Constitution where crafted here and the place still has an aura about it.
Philadelphia is easily accessible by a tour bus and can be reached within a couple hours from many major cities. Taking a Charter bus out of New York to Philadelphia takes only three hours and it is only two hours from Washington, Dc. making it a great place to visit if you are on the East Coast. Traveling from the Midwest takes a bit longer but can easily be combined with visiting other great cities easily.
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Top Photo Image Credit: Vic15
Liberty Bell Image Credit: Katerha